2008 review: April



Here are the five most popular Dezeen stories from April 2008. Firstly, a tea house made out of paper and cardboard by Japanese architect Shigeru Ban.


Second most popular was Zaha Hadid Architects' design for the Guggenheim Hermitage Museum in Vilnius, Lithuania.


Our third most-viewed story showed NE apartments, a block of eight apartments for motorcycle enthusiasts in Tokyo, designed by Japanese architects Yuji Nakae, Akiyoshi Takagi and Hirofumi Ohno.


Fourth was Monowheel by Ben Wilson - a cycle where the rider sits inside a large, spokeless wheel.


In fifth place was Bryghusgrunden Project by Office for Metropolitan Architecture, a building on Copenhagen’s waterfront that will house the Danish Architecture Centre and the Realdania Foundation.

See all our stories from April 2008

See also:

2008 review: January
2008 review: February
2008 review: March

  • http://www.andrew-liebchen.com Andrew Liebchen

    How can you not love this recap? Alan Greenspan would call it “irrational exuberance.”

  • http://designatedagents.com designatedagent

    Alright, this design is very similar to a style of a local developer here in Chicago. He mostly uses this technique in foyers and entry ways thoe.

    great post.